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[Update] Suspension of CEPOL residential/exchange activities until 31 May 2020

20 March 2020

[Update: 20 March 2020]

The risks and implications of the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 in relation to the carrying-out of CEPOL operational activities are monitored and evaluated constantly by the Agency. That includes activities carried out in the context of externally funded projects.

Today, based on these analyses and following consultations, the Executive Director of CEPOL decided on the extension of the suspension of the following operational activities until 31 May 2020:...

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Apply for traineeship at CEPOL

Apply for traineeship at CEPOL
20 February 2020

The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) is launching a call for application for its traineeship programme for a period of six months for an intake in May-June 2020.

CEPOL's traineeship scheme targets university students or recent graduates with the interest in the work of our Agency. The aim of the traineeship scheme is to benefit both parties – the Agency and the trainees – by giving university students or recent graduates their first experience of working for an...

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CEPOL extends EU law enforcement training offer to Ukraine

05 February 2020

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) has concluded a Working Arrangement with Ukraine today at a ceremony organised at the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs. The document co-signed by CEPOL’s Executive Director Detlef Schröder and Ukrainian Minister for Internal Affairs, Arsen Avakov lays a foundation for strengthened and formalised cooperation between both parties.

Both the European Union and Ukraine have a mutual interest in enhancing the effectiveness of their law enforcement in the fight against crime, especially...

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